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FEATURED Super Talent Project-X 2x8GB DDR4-3600 CL17 - F3600UA8G

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Woomack

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Jan 2, 2005
Today I have something interesting ( at least for me ) as I had no chance to test Super Talent memory for a long time. Presented memory kit contains two 8GB modules rated at DDR4-3600 17-18-18 1.35V.
Some overclockers know Super Talent because of one of the best DDR3 modules based on Elpida Hyper IC. Later we haven't heard much about this brand.
Super Talent Project X has low profile heatsinks ( I could say standard height but somehow it's now called low for some reason ) so should work with all cooling solutions. Actually you could expect it to be a bit more flashy as the highest DDR4 series. It doesn't change fact that memory itself look good. PCB is black and modules are single rank. Considering IC availability, I'm almost sure it's Samsung B die under the heatsinks but I don't really want to remove them ( at least not now ).

Interesting is that on the package there is info about DDR4-3600 and 17-18-18 main timings while on the memory itself there are 16-18-18 timings. XMP profile is 3600 17-18-18 and 1.35V so like it's described on the package.
Inside the package are only 2 memory modules and nothing else but I guess that no one needs anything more to install memory on the motherboard.

*** photos will be added later ***


Tests were performed on ASUS Maximus IX Apex motherboard and i7 [email protected] ( so it will be comparable with my previous tests and results on Skylake CPUs ).
XMP profile works without issues.

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Memory is overclocking quite good what you can see in the next post.
 
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Woomack

Benching Team Leader
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Overclocking Results

3200 14-14-14 1.35V ( CL13 didn't work at 1.35V )


3466 15-15-15 1.35V ( CL14 didn't work at 1.35V )


3600 16-16-16 1.35V ( CL15 didn't work at 1.35V )


3733 16-16-16 1.35V ( a bit more relaxed sub timings than at 3600 )


3866 17-17-17 1.35V


4133 17-19-19 1.40V



It's a bit weird but 4000 and 4133 required the same timings. However at 4000 there are some issues with write/copy bandwidth what is probably related to motherboard settings as the same was on some other memory kits. I will try to update this thread with some more results at higher voltages.
 
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Woomack

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Quick info that this memory is works on Ryzen / ASUS Prime X370-Pro using DOCP setting - then it works as 3200 18-18-18 1.35V. It also works at manual settings 3200 14-14-14 1.35V. In both cases it doesn't need higher VTT voltage.

3200 12-12-12-28 1N 1.50V, benchable but not really stable, have to work on some settings

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